Discussion Forum topics will be taken from the weekly readings/video and be post

Discussion Forum topics will be taken from the weekly readings/video and be posted each Monday at 9 a.m.
This lesson supports course objectives:
Identify and discuss competing for philosophical viewpoints on ethics and morality. (CO1)
This lesson contributes to the student learning objective (SLO 5)
Identify what is good according to each of the ethical systems
The terminology you must know:
1. Eudaimonia:
The concept of eudaimonia, a key term in ancient Greek moral philosophy, is standardly translated as “happiness” or “flourishing” and occasionally as “well-being.”
2. The principle of the Golden Mean:
Golden mean. In philosophy, especially that of Aristotle, the golden mean is the desirable middle between two extremes: excess and the other of deficiency. For example, courage, a virtue, if taken to excess, would manifest as recklessness and, if deficient, as cowardice.
Lecture notes:
The ethics of virtue asks the question, “What is a good person?” The roots of this system are in the work of Aristotle, who believed that to be good, one must do good and possess the virtues of thriftiness, temperance, humility, industriousness, and honesty. Aristotle believed that eudaimonia was the goal of life. More than just having pleasure, one should live a good life, reach achievements, and attain moral excellence. He defined virtues as “excellences.”
Intellectual virtues (wisdom, understanding) as distinct from moral virtues (generosity, self-control)Aristotle believed that we are, by nature, neither good nor evil but become so through training and the acquisition of habits.
The principle of the Golden Mean is that virtue is always the median between two extremes of character. Moral virtue comes from habit, which is why this system emphasizes character. The Josephson Institute of Ethics lists Six Pillars of Character:
One difficulty is in judging the primacy of moral virtues.
Discussion questions, Please responded to each question with a minimum of 150 each. Students must both address the Discussion Forum issue(s).
1. Do you think most people do the right thing out of habit or reason? 2. Do you think that people who have the virtues discussed above never perceive moral dilemmas because they always do the right thing?

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